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Dragon Ball Super is suspended indefinitely

The world of “dragon ball” is about to experience a moment of pause and reflection, as the manga of “Dragon Ball Super” is preparing to enter a period of suspension of unspecified duration. Social media, especially Twitter, was filled with surprise and speculation when major “Dragon Ball” news outlets shared the news that “Dragon Ball Super” Chapter 104 will not be published in the next issue of V magazine. Jump.

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This announcement has generated a wave of uncertainty among fans of the franchise. What is the reason behind this sudden pause? Is this just a temporary break or is V Jump planning to suspend the series indefinitely? These are questions that still have no answers and that have left the community of “Dragon Ball” fans in suspense.

One of the biggest questions is whether this suspension is in any way related to the recent death of Akira Toriyama, the creative genius behind “Dragon Ball,” who not only created the universe in which the series takes place, but also He closely supervised the development of the manga. Toriyama’s departure has left a void in the hearts of fans and the manga industry in general, and many are wondering if his absence has impacted the production of “Dragon Ball Super” in any way.

Additionally, through the same Twitter platform, Toyotarou, the talented illustrator behind “Dragon Ball Super,” shared a touching message in which he expressed the influence Toriyama had had on his career. “I drew manga because I wanted to be praised by Toriyama-sensei. It was everything to me“said Toyotarou, reflecting the deep admiration and respect he feels for the legendary creator.

In the midst of uncertainty and nostalgia, Fans cling to the hope that the “Dragon Ball Super” manga will return soon and continue to captivate them with its exciting adventures and epic battles.. Meanwhile, the “Dragon Ball” community comes together in a silent tribute to Akira Toriyama’s legacy and thanks Toyotarou for carrying out his vision.

Fountain: WSJ Manga

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